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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at The Nokia Theater Times Square on 2007-11-05

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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at The Nokia Theater Times Square on 2007-11-05




Monday, November 05, 2007

00 intro 2:03
01 brown eyed women 9:14
02 golden road 6:28
03 viola lee blues 8:16
04 operator 5:10
05 viola lee blues 10:00
06 next time you see me 8:27
07 viola lee blues 7:57
08 chest fever 9:30
09 sugaree 14:56


10 noodle 3:05
11 eyes of the world 10:04
12 jam 4:10
13 scarlet begonias 11:46
14 china cat sunflower 6:33
15 birdsong 7:42
16 goin' down the road... 9:37
17 dead air 1:42
18 ripple 5:09 *
19 dead air 1:17
20 i know you rider 11:48
21 uncle john's band 14:37
22 darkstar 12:55
23 franklinstower 13:41
24 dark star 17:19

30 audience.donor.intros 5:34
31 wharf rat 12:31


9 - chest fever
[MusicBrainz (recording)]
Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Venue The Nokia Theater Times Square
Location New York City

Source AUD > MacG4/Cubase (88.2/24)
Lineage MacG4/Cubase (88.2/24 > 44.1/16) >xACT (Flac)
Taped by adam crandall
Transferred by adam crandall

Notes

*track 18 has 6db gain
sorry about the goofy numbering, it works for me
run time: 3hrs 51mins!!!

Steve Berlin, baritone sax on the first set
Ryan Adams, guitar/vocals on the second set and encore

a mid/side stereo recording
rode nt2000 (side), rode nt5 (mid) -> presonus Firebox ->
cubase 88.2/24 -> 44.1/16 -> xACT(flac)

recorded/tweeked/uploaded by adam crandall

Steve Berlin (born 14 September 1955 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American saxophonist, keyboardist and record producer, best known as a member of the rock group Los Lobos and, before that, The Blasters. In 1986, he also appeared on Paul Simon's landmark album, Graceland.-wikipedia

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Reviews

Reviewer: najavo - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 28, 2007
Subject: throwback
man this show is a throwback. lots of early goodies ('69 - '74).
Reviewer: criersmary - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 17, 2007
Subject: Recording
On the other 11/5 show posted on here there is a reviewer who said that recording is much better than this one. I don't know if it's their hearing or they haven't listened to this one but it's sounds pretty damm good to me
Reviewer: ststvnfa - - November 10, 2007
Subject: disc breakdown
how did you break down the sets onto discs, it may be too early in the a.m. but I am adding this up to 4 discs @ 80 min dsics
Reviewer: wonderpiece - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 10, 2007
Subject: thank you and happy birthday, ryan!
sick-o recording!
i thought i just posted a review but not sure.
either way, can't say enough how happy i am to hear this after having the privilege of seeing the show.
yayayayayay*
Reviewer: irondude13 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 10, 2007
Subject: Thank you PHIL! & Thank you archive for the tunes!
I had my fun throughout the years and there were times when I never missed a show. I now have a family that includes a beautiful wife that I love very much and my three wonderful children. I attend school fulltime trying to make a better life for my family. i major in Health and Physical Education and will have the summers off to go to festivals with my family and see whatever music I wish to. But for now I can't make it to all of the shows that i wish to, so I thank archive and the wonderful people who put these shows on here for me to enjoy. i like the band that Phil put together this time alot! My favorite was in 99 out west for summer sessions and the tower in 2000 from April 13, 14, 15 but thes guys are very easy to listen to. So much energy and as i sit here I can't sit still as I find my self bopping around to the beat! Thank you and to all the youngsters who are experiencing this music, i say sit back and take it all in and enjoy the music and appreciate it. I never saw the Grateful Dead with Jerry but I enjoy Phil so much and he makes me feel good! Thanks Phil for keepin it real and being true to us, the fans!
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